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Summary

  1. Rangers win penalty shoot-out 5-4 after 2-2 draw
  2. Miller & McKay goals for Rangers
  3. Sviatchenko & Rogic score for Celtic
  4. Tavernier & Clark miss shoot-out pens for Rangers
  5. McGregor, Brown & Rogic miss for Celtic
  6. Rangers will meet Hibernian in Scottish Cup final

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    What an afternoon. Rangers progress to the Scottish Cup final to face Hibs on 21 May following a pulsating penalty shoot-out victory over Celtic. Thanks for your company this afternoon. 

    Highlights of today's game and yesterday's semi-final will be on BBC One Scotland at 22:30 tonight. We'll have further reaction on our website - including a player rater - as well as highlights from Rangers' victory. Enjoy what's left of your weekend. Cheers.

    Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates
  2. 'Going to be tough'

    BBC Sportsound pundit Pat Bonner

    “Celtic didn’t perform in that first half. That first goal was crucial, and Celtic were always chasing it. 

    “Young Kieran Tierney was one of the best players but they rest of them didn’t really perform, until Rogic came on.

    “I thought Ronny Deila did a good job at half-time. He really got them to come out and put Rangers to the sword early in the second half, and again he got them going in extra-time.  So he deserves a bit of credit.

    “It is going to tough for him because the media will  apply a lot of pressure on him. 

    “It is hugely disappointing for Celtic. They should have enough in that team to go and perform better than that in the first half and take the game to Rangers. 

    “They still have the league to look forward to but it is going to be a tough four or five days for them.”  

    Celtic players react to defeat
  3. 'Better side won'

    Rangers boss Mark Warburton

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Sport Scotland at Hampden

    “’Delighted’ was the watchword for Warburton. His answers were measured, he’s not getting carried away. 

    “He said the better side won the day no doubt that that, but the gap still exists between Rangers and Celtic. 

    “This is not a gauge for next season just yet. They have to add to the squad.

    “He was asked about the possibility of playing European football, and said: ‘Of course, if we were to win the final, that would impact on the recruitment process, and we would need another one or two players.”

    Rangers boss Mark Warburton
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  5. Celtic manager Ronny Deila

    Rangers 5-4 Celtic (pens)

    "I'm very disappointed of course. We were too passive in our pressure but started well in the second half. 

    "We need to be safer on the ball and want to play the ball more. It was a hard game and we now have to fight for the league, with five games left. Then we look after that. In football, you never know..."

    Celtic manager Ronny Deila
  6. Deila's future?

    Tom English

    BBC Sport Scotland

    With the best will in the world Ronny Deila can't survive this...

    Celtic boss Ronny Deila
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    SMS Message: Rangers have done us a favour... Celtic will now need to get rid of Deila. We have suffered enough. from Anon
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    SMS Message: If Ronnie thinks Celtic are the best team in Scotland. It's a great shame he is NOT the best manager. It's been an long embarrassing season for Celtic supporters, Europe, League Cup, Scottish Cup, the league has been a struggle and is not over yet. from Anon
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  9. 'It lived up to the hype'

    Rangers 5-4 Celtic (pens)

    Tom English

    BBC Sport Scotland at Hampden

    "An incredible semi-final. It lived up to the hype. Rangers showed huge character.  

    "They stepped up to the plate big-time. They were missing players through injuries and suspension, but they went toe-to-toe with the champions of Scotland and they have beaten them in a penalty shoot-out.

    “This is a big, big day for Rangers. It marks the end of the journey back. They have now beaten Celtic, whereas a year ago they weren’t within kicking distance of Celtic.

    "There were some big performances. I thought Barrie McKay was absolutely outstanding, even before his goal.”

    Rangers players celebrate
  10. Tale Of Two Cities

    Rangers 5-4 Celtic (pens)

    While Rangers players were ecstatic at winning the penalty shoot-out, Celtic full back Kieran Tierney put a consoling arm around the shoulder of crestfallen Tom Rogic who ballooned his spot-kick over the bar.

    The highs and lows of football...

    Rangers players celebrate their penalty shoot-out victory
    Kieran Tierney consoles Tom Rogic following his crucial penalty miss
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  15. Elated or distraught

    Rangers 5-4 Celtic (pens)

    Talk about contrasting emotions; Rangers players salute their supporters while Tom Rogic looks like he wants the Hampden turf to swallow him up. 

    Rangers players celebrate following their penalty shoot-out victory
  16. Rangers 5-4 Celtic (pens)

    Rangers progress to meet Hibs in the Scottish Cup final on 21 May...

  17. MISSED PENALTY TOM ROGIC

    Rangers 5-4 Celtic

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